I have run into a problem that has me puzzled and wondered if anyone has seen this before.
I can not do a tracert from any desktop inside my network no matter what the destination. I can log onto a switch and do a traceroute from there or I can log into my gateway router and do successfull traceroutes from there but when I do them from any workstation the trace dies at the gateway. I have checked access-lists and am not blocking anything that I am trying to trace. I made sure that my router has ip classless enabled.
If I plug a computer into my dmz zone, outsdie of my firwall I can do a desktop trace just fine.
My gateway router is a 3640 running ver 12.1.(5)T (fc1) Rom Version 11.1(20)AA2. I am also running Lat and Decnet on this router. My firewall is a Pix running 5.1(2)
Also I have no access list restrictions on the Pix that would prevent traceroute from getting through. As I said, I can do a successfull trace from the Gateway router but anytime I try to do one from a server or workstation it times out at the gateway...
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